St. Louis, MO — The truck driver who was killed in northern St. Louis on Wednesday (September 25, 2013) has been identified as Michael Stork, 51. Police said that Stork was driving a semi-truck west along I-70 and was taking the exit ramp for southbound I-170 when his truck lost control for unknown reasons and hit the guardrail.
The semi-truck then swerved back into its lane and rolled over, which critically injured Stork. He was declared dead at about 6:00 p.m. that evening, but it wasn’t clear when the accident happened, specifically.
The matter is still being investigated by state troopers and no other injuries were reported. Stork was from St. Louis.
Scene of the Accident
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